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$700,000 to $58.7 million. with harsher penalties for teams that exceed that tax level. >>> the soon to be most famous person on the planet, we'll have all those details next. >>> plus, all your sports highlights with richard lui. stay with us. >>> now to the fevered pitch in london where britain's royal baby is due any day now. we've learned the baby's title will be prince or princess of cambridge. martin fletcher joins us live now from outside st. mary's hospital in london where duchess kate will give birth. this baby is about to be the most famous baby in the world. what are preparations like over there? >> that's right. this is a once in a generation thing, the birth of a future british monarch. but all the attention now will be faced here on the private wing at st. mary's hospital in london with where when the duchess of cambridge goes into labor, this is where she's going to come. the first question is will her husband william get her to belv standing by to bring him here. it will take him about two hours to get here. the other big question, is it a boy or a girl? prince willia
their season at the wharf and one win away from history. >>> we'll find out where that extra gas tax money is going to go in maryland. >>> new details just released about the accidental shooting that killed a child in virginia ♪ [ male announcer ] do you love prime rib? get to your local subway for the delectable, new prime rib melt built fresh from the bread up! with hearty, savory cuts of tender prime rib in an au jus glaze and deliciously melty provolone, bite after bite is prime rib perfection. get it made just the way you say with all the veggies you want. the new prime rib melt. it's a taste you won't soon forget, so hurry into your local subway today! subway. eat fresh. >>> wow. tonight the doors are open at the washington redskins new training facility in richmond. state and city leaders joined the team's alumni to celebrate the grand opening. look at that. >> arrived by plane. >> a few weeks from now the team will move in, training camp is set to start july 25th. will last for three weeks and attract 100,000 fans. >> three weeks from now it will be buzzing with some of the best
? not a single cent. the united states postal service doesn't run on your tax dollars. it's funded solely by stamps and postage. brought to you by the men and women of the american postal worker's union. both of us actually. our pharmacist recommended it. and that makes me feel pretty good about it. and then i heard about a study looking at multivitamins and the long term health benefits. and what do you know? they used centrum silver in the study. makes me feel even better, that's what i take. sorry, we take. [ male announcer ] centrum. the most recommended. most preferred. most studied. centrum, always your most complete. >>> at the trial in sanford, florida, george zimmerman's defense team started its first full day presenting its case. on the stand, trayvon martin's father. the point of contention today? what he heard on the 911 call. our report tonight from nbc's ron mott. >> reporter: today, defense attorney mark o'mara challenged trayvon martin's father about whether he told police the first time he heard the 911 call that it was not his son's voice screaming for help. >> i kind of
tax. mark segraves joins us live from northwest at georgia avenue and missouri at the site of a walmart store that's expected to open in a few months. >> reporter: this is one of two walmart locations that supposed to open within the next few months this fall. six walmarts across the city are planned for d.c. but now walmart has issued a statement saying that if the d.c. council and the mayor approve a new living wage of $12.50 an hour, they are threatening to leave d.c. for years city leaders have tried to convince walmart to open stores in washington. after the big box retailer announced plans to open as many as six locations across the
. the new money is coming from the recent hike in maryland's gas tax. >>> a bridge in prince george's county that's been closed since 2011 will finally reopen today. that bridge crosses rock creek on baden nailer road in brandywine. that 30-foot span has been closed since part of it was washed out by heavy flooding that hit the region during hurricane irene and tropical storm lee. the county says it took so long to rebuild because about 75% of the $2.5 million project was paid for by fema. and getting that funding was a, quote, lengthy process. >>> the senate is taking another crack at student loans. senate majority leader harry reid scheduled a procedural vote for tomorrow. the bill would restore the interest rate on federal student loans to 3.4% for one year. interest rates doubled to 6.8% last week. congress can retroactively reduce interest rates. most students do not take out loans until the beginning of the fall semester. >>> 5:55. new information that shows all that money you're spending in stores is actually giving the economy a boost. cnbc's courtney reagan live with that story for
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